Ever wonder what really goes on in a character’s head? What they like to do when they are not being read? Well, today, Miss Lucinda Cardington answers these questions and more in an exclusive interview at Harlequin Junkies blog.
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To celebrate the upcoming release of A Bride for the Season, I’ll be giving away autographed copies of my first two books. The first, An Heiress at Heart, is up for grabs right now on GoodReads! If you haven’t read it yet, here’s your chance to win a copy of my debut novel, which was a finalist in the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA® contest. Soon I’ll have info on how to win A Lady Most Lovely, as well as a Barnes and Noble gift card. Enjoy!
So happy to receive a wonderful review from the Historical Novel Society for A Lady Most Lovely.
Here is an excerpt from their review:
“Tom and Margaret’s worlds collide in electric, sometimes violent, ways, leaving readers wondering if they can find love together when the only people able to keep them apart are themselves. Both of them must learn when to fight and when to surrender to their desire, and both must also determine when to hold on to what’s been left, and when to let go and begin a brand new legacy.
Readers will appreciate the way the plot swerves early in the book, away from historical romance’s traditional love triangle angst and into a complex, character-driven climax. It’s easy to care about Tom and Margaret and their world, yet difficult to predict what will happen to them.”
You can read the entire review at the Historical Novel Society website.
This week and next, I’ll be participating in a fun blog tour to celebrate the release of A Lady Most Lovely. I’ll be joining four other Forever Romance authors who have recent releases as well.
For starters, readers voted on what kind of original scene they wanted to see from us. Here are the parameters they chose:
A young heiress heroine who is a mysterious brunette.
A titled gentleman hero whose usual expression is a dark scowl.
This couple has never met before.
The scene takes place in a bedroom.
Intrigued yet? I’ve listed the links to these fun scenes below, as well as the day they will appear. Mine will appear on Thursday, October 10, on the Library Journal blog!
Then next week we’ll be answering some lively Q&A’s. I hope you will check it out.
Anne Barton- Publishers Weekly, Beyond Her Book Blog 10/8
Eileen Dreyer- Dear Author Blog
Lily Dalton- USA Today’s Happy Ever After Blog 10/9
Jennifer Delamere- Library Journal 10/10
Elizabeth Hoyt- Heroes and Heartbreakers 10/
10/12 – Literati Literature Lovers
10/13 – Reading Between the Wines
10/14 – Book Binge
10/15 – The Romance Dish
10/16 – Happily Ever After Reads
10/17 – Harlequin Junkie
10/18 – Fiction Vixen
10/19 – The Royal Reviews
10/20 – BookHounds
I had a fabulous time at the Romance Writers of America annual conference, held a few weeks ago in Atlanta. Over 2,000 authors, editors, agents, and librarians attended the conference. It was a fantastic time of learning, recharging, and inspiration.
One of the highlights of the conference for me was taking part in RWA’s annual Literacy Autographing. Over 450 authors participated, with the proceeds going to support literacy programs. Here’s a photo of me just before the event got underway. Because my book An Heiress at Heart was a finalist for the prestigious RITA award, I got to have a blue RITA flag flying at my table!
I’ve posted more photos over on my Facebook page. I hope you’ll hop over and check them out.